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  • don’t do it, mr. demille

    We did some things… To be fair – you can hardly blame us.  It’s been several years since we last had a photographer in the house to pretty us up and do some nice headshots.  But if I’m being honest – yes, we had way too much fun with it. I should clarify, Mr. Lee […]
  • NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS

    i/A is seeking qualified applicants for a new, full-time, Construction Administrator position: Position Details: • Minimum 10 years of experience • Accredited Architectural Degree, Architectural Construction degree, or Building Construction degree preferred • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills • Must have experience with and knowledge of current trends in industry software and processes […]
  • life+music

    Asbury University’s Akers Auditorium has finally been completed.  The renovation of the historic space took time – and a lot of energy and hard work from a lot of people – but it recently heard its very first performance under a new name – the Jameson Recital Hall (which is technically still part of “Akers […]
  • Studio Sessions Vol.8

    Nick Wiley est. March 2012 Nick Wiley – the bearded Texan.  Where to begin… Nick was the very first person hired at i/A after the company was founded.  His wit, kind eyes, and home-grown face scarf have been an essential part of our operation from the beginning.  And while his temperament is not typically as […]
  • black spectacles

    If you’re studying for the ARE (an Architect’s official licensing exam), then first and foremost – I’m sorry. Secondly, if you haven’t heard of Black Spectacles then you need to get familiar because it’s definitely a help in navigating the rigors of registration. ‘Black Specs’ is an online resource that contains hundreds of hours of video […]
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